Aircraft Brokerage Agreement Template

6. Refusal of carriage: the customer understands that Fly Louie or the air carrier may, at its discretion, refuse the carriage of a passenger or remove him from an aircraft for one or more reasons, including, but not, at: 7. Limitation of Liability: Fly Louie is not responsible for any loss, injury, damage, delay or cancellation caused by or as a result of force majeure, economic or political sanctions, quarantine, omission or refusal by any governmental authority to grant or grant authorizations, authorizations, authorizations, authorizations or operating licenses, civil rights or disturbances, military emergencies, risks of war or war, fuel shortages, weather conditions, breakdowns, strikes or work problems or similar or similar events that should not be avoided through the fault of Fly Louie delay or interrupt the supply, operation or performance of such transport. In the event of such an event, Fly Louie will make reasonable economic efforts to provide other aircraft to meet the customer`s in-flight needs. Fly Louie is not responsible or responsible for the carriage of passengers who, at the time of departure, do not show up at the Fixed Based Operator (FBO) or any other location or who are not on board without fault of Fly Louie at the time of departure. The customer understands and acknowledges that the cancellation of a reservation or part thereof, located more than four days before the scheduled departure date, will result in a full refund of the indicated price of the cancelled part of the reservation trip. Cancellation of a reservation or part thereof within four days of the scheduled departure date of the domestic travel plan will incur a cancellation fee (or forfeiture fee, if you have already paid) of up to 100% of the price indicated for the trip. The customer acknowledges that a “No Show” is considered a cancellation and that the customer is charged 100% of the travel expenses. Other types of cancellation fees may include, but are not limited to, costs incurred by the partial completion of the itinerary, including, but not, returning the aircraft to its base, plus higher costs for the targeted positioning and repositioning of an aircraft and flight crew in anticipation of the cancelled trip; (ii) flight costs of two hours of operation per day of the itinerary or (iii) flight rental costs incurred as a result of the customer`s cancellation. . .

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